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I'm in a long-distance relationship with a gentleman with whom I recently rekindled an intimacy. We were intimate off and on for a few years, but last year we broke up. This past August, I visited him, and as I've previously shared on this forum, he had the most amazing sneezing fit that lasted for five hours after we had been intimate.

I was surprised how aroused I was, and as soon as I returned home, I started doing research on sneezing fetishes. Thank god I found this forum. Anyway, we are still 600 miles apart, and yesterday he called and asked me what I was doing. I came clean and told him I was "researching fetishes." He got quiet, so I used his quietness to build up some courage, and I asked him "what are you fetishes?" He chuckled, and said, "you know," and started reminding me of his latest fetishes. Then he asked me, "what is your fetish?" I mumbled, "oh, your sneezing." He said, "what?" :lol: Then I went on to remind him of his five-hour sneezing fit, and I confessed to him how it had "aroused me." I explained to him how my sneezing fetish tied in to my need to nurture him and his presumed helplessness that day, especially since at one time during his five-hour sneezing fit this 6'3" 265 lb. man confessed to me that he "was miserable." He went so silent that I almost thought that I had made a mistake. I shoved those incriminating thoughts out of my head though, and realized that thanks to this forum there is nothing wrong with my sneezing fetish. He can either accept it or not. However, I am afraid, though, that he'll become self conscious about sneezing in front of me. And I'll really miss this because every time when we talk on the telephone or when we see each other, he always sneezes four or five times, and it's so marvelous. :D

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Congratulations on getting up the courage to tell him and believing in yourself so strongly. I hope it works out!

Thank you for your support.

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However, I am afraid, though, that he'll become self conscious about sneezing in front of me. And I'll really miss this because every time when we talk on the telephone or when we see each other, he always sneezes four or five times, and it's so marvelous. :)

I suppose it's always a possiblity that could happen. However, he may look at like he just wont he lottery. Most men would love to have the golden key to the magic castle dropped right in their laps.

:blushing:

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However, I am afraid, though, that he'll become self conscious about sneezing in front of me. And I'll really miss this because every time when we talk on the telephone or when we see each other, he always sneezes four or five times, and it's so marvelous. :drool:

I suppose it's always a possiblity that could happen. However, he may look at like he just wont he lottery. Most men would love to have the golden key to the magic castle dropped right in their laps.

:dribble:

You are hilarious, and I'll keep this in mind. :lol:

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Were you on a cellphone when you confessed? Have you seen the commercials about what dropped calls can do to a conversation? You never know, he might've been doing a little happy dance. :yes:

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Were you on a cellphone when you confessed? Have you seen the commercials about what dropped calls can do to a conversation? You never know, he might've been doing a little happy dance. :boom:

Uhm, I was on the cell phone. Since my outing, he has sneezed, nonchalantly, during each conversation :boom: . I only said, "bless you." What else can I do? But we've made plans to spend the Christmas break together :( .

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Well, at least he hasn't got stage fright [unless he's completely forgotten about it, which is not impossible]. So the first and majorest hurdle is overcome. Phew!

Obviously, you can leave it till you next see him before saying anything else. But since you must be dying to know what his attitude now is, I wonder if you could provoke him into making some comment. Perhaps next time he sneezes you could make a neutral yet jokey comment. Like "that was nice". Well, you don't want to go too far!

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Ooh, fantastic! Sounds like things are excellent for now :boom: Congratulations on building up the courage to put it out there with your boyfriend :boom: Have fun at Christmas with him :( ... I mean ... :boom:

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Ooh, fantastic! Sounds like things are excellent for now :boom: Congratulations on building up the courage to put it out there with your boyfriend :fury: Have fun at Christmas with him :boom: ... I mean ... :innocent:

I will :(:boom:. Thanks.

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Well, at least he hasn't got stage fright [unless he's completely forgotten about it, which is not impossible]. So the first and majorest hurdle is overcome. Phew!

Obviously, you can leave it till you next see him before saying anything else. But since you must be dying to know what his attitude now is, I wonder if you could provoke him into making some comment. Perhaps next time he sneezes you could make a neutral yet jokey comment. Like "that was nice". Well, you don't want to go too far!

We talk at least twice per day, and he's bound to sneeze again. I will try out your suggestion :) . I'll post how he responds. I won't go too far, though.

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What a wonderful account. I'm sure you did the right thing in telling him. If he had only sneezed very rarely, then it might not have been necessary, but as it's part of what turns you on in this relationship, it's great that it's out in the open. He doesn't sound as if he's particularly hung up about his sneezes - from what you say he doesn't seem to stifle or avoid sneezing, so it will probably be his no-longer-secret weapon to turn you on.

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What a wonderful account. I'm sure you did the right thing in telling him. If he had only sneezed very rarely, then it might not have been necessary, but as it's part of what turns you on in this relationship, it's great that it's out in the open. He doesn't sound as if he's particularly hung up about his sneezes - from what you say he doesn't seem to stifle or avoid sneezing, so it will probably be his no-longer-secret weapon to turn you on.

No, he doesn't seem to be the least bit hung up about his sneezes. In fact, he never stifles or muffles, they are always big, loud, out in the open. unabashed, etc. Also, because I've been working so hard lately, I have had two colds in the past 4 weeks. I don't normally get sick, and I hardly ever sneeze. But with each cold, he's called to find out how I'm feeling and if I'm congested, and what I'm taking for my cold :wheels:. Also, I've sneezed twice on the telephone. Normally, he's not as attentive, but I think that he may be getting a little turned on :D ]. I will know for sure when I visit him next. Thanks for the insight.

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